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Activity Overview


Welcome to Nowhere ends with a cliffhanger. The family moves, once again, to the UK to get medical help for Nadia, but we don’t know what happens to them after that. Many questions are left unanswered, especially regarding the futures of Musa, Omar, and Eman as they get older. This activity allows students to use their imaginations to infer what the family may have faced, the challenges they had to overcome, and the things they may have accomplished.


Template and Class Instructions

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The story ends when Omar and his family move to the UK. How do you think the lives of Omar, Musa, and Eman would change? Create a storyboard that depicting what their lives would look like after a few years.



Due Date:

Objective: Create a three cell spider map that depicts the future of the three oldest children, Musa, Eman, and Omar.

Student Instructions:

  1. Click "Start Assignment".
  2. Type in the children's names in the title boxes.
  3. Create an image for each cell, depicting what you think the children’s lives may have become.
  4. Write at least one sentence about the scene in the description box.

Lesson Plan Reference


Rubric

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Summary in Four Parts
Create a storyboard that summarizes the story. The storyboard should have four cells - one for each part. Below each cell, type in 1-2 sentences that describes that part of the story.
Proficient Emerging Beginning
Plot
Each of the four cells represents a different part of the story. The cells are in order from beginning to end. Sentences accurately summarize each part.
Two cells or fewer are out of order, or the storyboard is missing important information.
Important information is missing and/or three or more cells are out of order.
Images
Cells include images that help to tell the story and do not get in the way of understanding.
Some of the images help tell the story. Descriptions do not always match the images.
Images do not make sense with the story.
Spelling and Grammar
Spelling and grammar is mostly accurate. Mistakes do not get in the way of understanding.
Spelling is very inaccurate and hinders full understanding.
Text is difficult to understand.





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